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Warner Wants Senate Panel To Look At Consumer Protections

Warner Wants Senate Panel To Look At Consumer Protections

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Virginia’s senior U.S. Senator wants a congressional panel to study whether consumers have enough protection from scam artists and ID thieves. Mark Warner (pictured) says a recent security breach involving the Target retail chain disturbs him. He wants the Senate Banking Committee to conduct a hearing. Warner says consumers need protections from breakdowns in security. The security breach at Target means thieves had access to customers’ names and security PIN codes.

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